For the next five days, I will be sharing five of the best Christmas cookies recipes for the holiday. These recipes are family favorites.
As an added bonus, I will be sharing recipes from some of my blogger friends too. You will have lots of inspirations for your holiday baking.
DAY 3 – ALMOND JOY COOKIES
If you are a fan of Almond Joy Candy Bars, this is the cookie for you. I happen to love coconut and one of my favorite cookies for years has been the Magic Cookie Bars and these Almond Joy Cookies.
Honestly, it was so tough for me to chose five of the best Christmas Cookies. I love cookies!!! Cookies are my all time favorite dessert. In my home, cookies are often substitute lieu of a birthday cake.
One of my favorite thing about the holidays are getting cookies, baking cookies, giving cookies and eating cookies. LOL
Like many of my recipes, they have been tweaked over the years to become exactly the recipe I love to bake and eat. I hope you enjoy this one.
This cookie will be very sticky. I use my 1″ cookie scoop. I will get a heaping scoop of the mix and gently roll to shape a ball.
This cookies tastes great with a hot cup of coffee. My problem, I need to stay out of them until Christmas!
Grab a cup of coffee and enjoy a few before you store them for the holidays.
Believe me when I tell you they are so delicious! ENJOY!
Almond Joy Cookies
- 1" Cookie Spoon Scoop
- Parchment Paper
- Baking Sheets for Cookies
- 14 ounces Unsweetened Coconut
- 2 14 oz cans Sweetened Condensed Milk
- 1/2 Cup Sliced or chopped almonds
- 1/2 Cup Flour
- 24 oz Bag Semi Sweet Chocolate Chips (For Melting)
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
- Line Baking Sheet (Cookie Sheet) with parchment paper.
- Add coconut, flour and almonds into a large mixing bowl. Stir until mixed well.
- Pour the cans of Sweetened Condensed Milk over the coconut mixture. With a wooden spoon mix until all of the ingredients are well combined.
- Using a 1" cookie spoon scoop or teaspoon, scoop enough cookie mixture to form a ball. The cookie mixture will be very sticky.
- Place in the oven and bake approximately 10-12 minutes at 350 degrees.
- The cookies should start to turn golden brown. Do not over cook or the can become dry.
- Let them cool completely. They will firm up as they cool.
- In a double boiler, add a bag of semi sweet chocolate chips and melt. Stir constantly to avoid burning the chocolate.
- Dip the coconut cookie top into the melted chocolate. Try to coat the entire top and sides.
- Place them on parchment or wax paper to let the chocolate harden.
- Store inside cookie tins or plastic lidded containers.
OTHER HOLIDAY COOKIE RECIPES
- Paula at Sweet Pea is sharing her No Bake Peanut Pretzel Squares.
- Melanie at Southern Crush at Home has another spin Amazing Almond Joy Cookie Recipe. I will be trying this one too!
- Leslie at Feet Under My Table has one of the best Molasses Cookie recipe.
- Karin at Karins Kottage has the Best Snowball Cookie recipe.
- White Lilac Farmhouse Chocolate Chip Cookies are always a crowd pleaser!
- My family absolutely loves these Potato Chip Cookies.
FIVE OF THE BEST CHRISTMAS COOKIES
If you missed the previous posts, they are linked below. I have five days of cookie recipes for you. You will not want to miss some of the wonderful cookie recipes shared.
RESOURCES THAT I USE FOR BAKING
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